That is to say; to be specific (used to introduce detailed information or a specific example): the menu makes good use of Scottish produce, namely game and seafood
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- Romose analysed the productivity of mosses at a very specific site, namely on rocks.
- Investing overseas also introduces an extra level of risk, namely that of currency risk.
- I grew up in a home where I was taught from an early age that there is a Supreme Being, namely God.
that is, that is to say, to be specific, specifically, in other words, viz., to wit, sc.;
Latin id est, videlicet, scilicet
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